Vegan Handbook: Over 200 Delicious Recipes, Meal Plans, and Vegetarian Resources for All Ages (Google eBook)

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Debra Wasserman, Reed Mangels
The Vegetarian Resource Group, 1996 - Cooking - 256 pages
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Vegan cuisine combines healthful grains, fruits, and vegetables into easy-to-make meals so tasty that people won't even miss the meat, eggs, or dairy products. "150 Vegan Favorites" includes elements of a vegan diet and offers tips and substitutes for reducing dairy and animal products in the diet. This book includes a glossary of cooking and buying tips.

Using imagination as the key ingredient, Solomon fuses elements from diverse food groups and cultural origins. With his trademark wit and wisdom, he shows ways to add real spice to the reader's meatless life. Recipes include healthy soups and chilies, pastas and grains, rice and beans, pilafs, burritos, quesadillas and desserts.

  

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Review: Vegan Handbook: Over 200 Delicious Recipes, Meal Plans, and Vegetarian Resources for All Ages (Vegetarian Journal Reports Series, 2nd Bk.) (Dreamers and Schemers Series)

User Review  - Jenni - Goodreads

Kind of a strange book because it was shelved with the cookbooks and has several recipes but also includes lots of articles, charts, and general information about the food in a vegan lifestyle. I was ... Read full review

Review: Vegan Handbook: Over 200 Delicious Recipes, Meal Plans, and Vegetarian Resources for All Ages (Vegetarian Journal Reports Series, 2nd Bk.) (Dreamers and Schemers Series)

User Review  - Bookreaderljh - Goodreads

It was OK as it presented facts along with the recipes. The idea of using short articles and book excerpts was good though some of them were too dry to really be of use. I will probably return to this ... Read full review

Contents

I
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II
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III
60
IV
80
V
86
VI
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VII
112
VIII
130
IX
150
X
165
XI
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Wasserman earned an M.A. in International Relations from Georgetown University. She is co-director of The Vegetarian Resource Group, founding editor of Vegetarian Journal, and author of several books.

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